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More Flood Fight 2011 videos
Twin Lakes Beach flooding
Hoop & Holler area resident angry over province's communication
Flood fight: Live report from Brandon
Huge geotubes protecting Twin Lakes cottage owners - November 9, 2011
Oakville farmer in path of potential breach
Flooded farmland: aerial tour
Flood fight: Flood update from province
Flood fight: April 7
Reader video: Flood driving on I-29
Looking at Red Lake, MN
Flood safety demonstration
Flood fight: April 14
Highway 75 at Morris Bridge set to open
Province launches 2011 flood review
Wawanesa braces for Souris River crest
Flood fight: "Hoop and Holler cut"
Flooding causes huge damage on Dauphin Lake
Flood fight: Selinger tours flood zones
Flood officials issue safety warning
Flood fight: April 6
Red River crest arrives in Winnipeg
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